Italy. Sgt. Willie B. Slaughter inspects the 'tommy' gun with which he won the DSC [Distinguished Service Cross] and fulfilled the definition of his name. He knocked out two Nazi machine gun nests; killed seven, wounded seven, and captured 13 Germans. Confidential Sig [Signal] Corps Photo 1-9-44."
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"Appointment At Hill1205"
Ernie Pyle & Captain Henry T. Waskow
"Sergeant Willie B. Slaughter of Company B described the deadly game of hide-and-seek played among the rocks:
One time on Hill 1205, one of the men in our company, Private Twanda. W. Nobles . . . and a German sniper were having a private shooting duel. They were crawling around in the rocks and every time one would stick his head out, the other would start shooting. They looked like a couple of lizards crawling in those rocks. To me, having a ringside seat, it was rather humorous to hear Nobles shouting, "Where is the son-of-a-bitch."
Edited by Arthur Fliegenheimer, 23 May 2020 - 01:22 PM.